Recommended Technical Reading

Heres a collection of some of the technical books I have read on my Kindle, and a few that were Hardback.

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Grab yourself a Kindle, I’ve found mine really useful from a technical point of view, as I can quickly search an entire volume for a specific topic, and also leave notes for myself and so on, also, I can pick up from where I left off thanks to WhisperSync on just about any of my other devices, from anywhere in the world. Also I can switch between WiFi or 3G depending on where I am, which also enables me to use the WebKit browser to check my mail without incurring any data charges like I would on my mobile

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